T.P. Orchestre Poly-Rythmo: "Trop Parler C'est Maladie"



10 comments:

icastico said...

The variety and consistent quality of TP Poly-rythmo releases continues to amaze me. It is such a treat to get to hear these releases. It is a crime that most are still generally unavailable.

Steven said...

link doesnt work?

Oro said...

It's fixed

Steven said...

thanks. Also, thanks so much for posting this stuff, specifically Sagbohan Danialou (or is it Danialou Sagbohan?). The track "Amon nou de houdou" is one of the most compelling pieces of music I have ever heard. Thanks for opening my eyes to it. Are there more albums of his of the same quality (besides the two you've posted)? That best of floating around on the web is, in my opinion, not that great. Thanks again, man. Keep 'em coming!

Oro said...

Hello Steven,

Your choice is the best, Sagbohan Danialou is a major artist, "triste et allègre" Sad and joyfull, his voice is mounted by the gods.

Very Soon, you will see more Sagbohan

Oro

Akwaboa said...

Thanks for all this fine music!

Nellavita said...

thanks you make our days Better! Bravo for all this
essential music!! you're a Don!

Kevin said...

All I an say is your blog is amazing. I have the two Orchestre Poly Rhythmo's that are in circulation( One on analog Africa and I'm not sure the label on the other one)and they are awesome. However, these releases you have on here are rare and underappreciated. Thank you so much for sharing so much great music on here.

Best, Kevin

http://eclectic-grooves.blogspot.com

Oro said...

link fixed

LEONARDO MENESES. said...

PLEASE FIX THE LINK..THANKS